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Farai Shoko

Farai Shoko

    Police keep Tsvangirai in their sights
    Police keep Tsvangirai in their sights
    Zimbabwe police are maintaining a heavy presence outside opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai's Harvest House headquarters in Harare after the...
    The farm is mine, insists Mugabe aide
    The farm is mine, insists Mugabe aide
    President Robert Mugabe's aide, Ray Ndhlukula, is resisting an order restraining him from taking over Centenary Farm in Figtree, in Matabeleland...
    Zim: Farm seized, despite order
    Zim: Farm seized, despite order
    David Connolly casts a lonely figure on the veranda of his homestead at Centenary farm, about 30km from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second city, along the...
    New wave of farm problems in Zim
    New wave of farm problems in Zim
    Fresh jitters have hit the country's commercial farming sector because of renewed farm invasions on the back of President Robert Mugabe's recent...
    Tsvangirai: I am greatly misjudged
    Tsvangirai: I am greatly misjudged
    For any politician, trying to explain the sexual affairs they've been involved in is a difficult task. And now that former prime minister Morgan...
    'Recycled patriot' plugged into a sputtering Zesa
    'Recycled patriot' plugged into a sputtering Zesa
    Former Cabinet minister Herbert Murerwa's appointment to chair the Zesa Holdings board at a time when the power utility is battling a crippling...
    Zimbabwe's embattled NGO sector feels pinch
    Zimbabwe's embattled NGO sector feels pinch
    Zimbabwe's civil society organisations are reeling from a severe financial squeeze blamed on donor fatigue caused by the country's nagging...
    The state vs Beatrice Mtetwa – again
    The state vs Beatrice Mtetwa – again
    Prominent human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa says she will oppose the state's decision to appeal against her acquittal on charges of allegedly...
    Zim: Judge cracks down on land outlaws
    Zim: Judge cracks down on land outlaws
    Municipalities are battling against housing co-operatives who, in some cases, are relying on political muscle to elbow out councils from fulfilling...
    Salary crunch for Zim workers
    Salary crunch for Zim workers
    Zimbabwe's liquidity crunch is having a knock-on effect on the welfare of workers, with both the public and private sector battling to pay...
    Tsvangirai in charm offensive
    Tsvangirai in charm offensive
    At last weekend's rally at Stanley Square in Bulawayo, one could be forgiven for thinking that the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) was...
    Zim: Doubts over promised pay hike spark civil servant fury
    Zim: Doubts over promised pay hike spark civil servant fury
    Zimbabwean public servants are angry that the government appears to be reneging on its recent promise to award them a salary increase next...